Steph Green's debut album, "Thanks for That" is a kaleidoscope of loud, distorted guitars, moody and romantic country-noir, sunny beach-pop, and shuffling folk-rock that will make you both laugh and feel the good kind of crappy. The album was recorded to tape over the course of three years in various houses throughout New Orleans, with Green producing in collaboration with engineer/co-producer Duff Thompson. It was released January 14th, 2022 on Mashed Potato Records.


Previously, Green released two EP's: "Spooky Love" is a blend of pop, garage rock, and the lonesome, eerie side of American roots music. It was recorded in 2017 in New Orleans at Mashed Potato Studio, where Green also frequently performed as a backing musician for numerous songwriters. "Salt Spring Island Tapes" is a collection of surreal, lo-fi folk songs recorded to cassette 4-track. Green recorded the otherworldly release alone in a seaside barn on Salt Spring Island in the winter of 2016.

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